2022 Summer Solstice Tour of Iceland

Reykjavík, Iceland

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Megan Riley
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Jun 19 - 26, 2022
Group size: 5 - 12
2022 Summer Solstice Tour of Iceland
Reykjavík, Iceland

Megan Riley
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$3950
Deposit: $400
Jun 19 - 26, 2022
Group size: 5 - 12

About this trip

Wander with us for 8 days on a grand tour of Iceland’s Summer Solstice. The 21st of June marks the onset of Summer and longest day of the year, which in Icleand, means the sun doesn’t set. 


This trip will feature the best of the Iceland’s urban landscapes as well as its natural ones. From days in Reykjavik exploring its culture & food scene to ones hiking steaming valleys and basalt waterfalls, this trip will cross off many of your bucket list items.

Here is an idea of what’s in store on your 8 days in Iceland:

  • Midnight adventures on an ATV
  • Culinary adventures in its capital
  • Afternoon soaks in geothermal pools
  • Visits to glacier filled beaches
  • Meals in a working greenhouse
  • Hikes to steaming riverers & secret waterfalls

Available Packages

Double Occupancy
Available until Feb 01, 202210 left
$3950
Deposit: $400
Couple Package
Available until Feb 01, 20227 left
$3775
Deposit: $400

Available options

Single Supplement
$1000
Extra night in Reykjavik
$300
$3950
Deposit: $400

Double Occupancy

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Megan Riley
2 reviews
Small group trips for active solo and couple wanderers in their 30’s, 40’s & 50’s.

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Iceland is an amazing place. The landscape is breathtaking. Megan has the trip well planned out, but is flexible enough to accommodate changes. I was pleased with the trip even though my mobility issues did get in the way at times.
Iceland is a unique experience, fantastic views, amazing northern lights, great food (but expensive) and friendly people. Expect to pay double or triple the price for goods. Drink the water right from the cold water faucet at the hotels. Accommodations were fine except the 1st night climbing steep stairs to our rooms. You won't regret going to Iceland, wonderful memories of all the places we visited.
By Marylin West for Experience Iceland Trip on Nov 11, 2019